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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913. OGfj 'BB-MIWB By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, March 10, 1913. IF IT were not for tho singular ingenuity of tho womon nt Kort Crook tho garrison life nt this particular tlmo would bo socially tho most lonesome place on earth. Since tho day of Its establishment thero never has been a tlmo when there was such a scarcity of officers. Tho recent call to the Mexican border has taken ono aftor nnothcr away, and the last to go were. Captain Brady, who loft Thursday, and Llcu tonant Muncaster, who loft Friday. This leaves the Tort without a slnglo commissioned offiqer. Notwithstanding, tho women are making tho best of the occasion, and to vary social entertainments of tho past, aro proving their ability to make up for the missing gender. Foremost of thoBo Unit have come to my at tentlon was a brilliant little affair 8nturday evening, at which plates wore arranged for toil. Three of those invited, however, did not come at tho appointed (line, and whlo rogrets'wero bolng passed upon they appeared, all ndornoitUi their husbands' full dress uniforms. They entered-.with grim composure, took their rcspcctlvo'ecatfl at tho table, and then entered Into apology for being late, stating that the trnln from Galveston was behind its schedule. Very .naturally thoy brought messages, momentarily disappointing nessages to tho wives present. Tho missives related that tho officers woro having the times of their lives, that they were bolng Joyously entertained, timt ovn though tho drizzling ralnB wore disagreeable, there wbb much going on thero on the gulf to offset such a trivial incident as weather. Hot blushes of jealousy spread over tho unsuspecting, and for a mo ment It looked as though thero might bo a few bursting expressions. Thoso present- at tho dlnnor wero Mrs. Frederick Dale, Mrs. S. W. Ncyes, Mrs. Nuttmnn, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Van Duyne, Mrs. Reginald Kolley, Mrs. Weeks, Mrs. Chonowoth and Mrs. Nosbitt. SEES PROHIBITIVE CLAUSE Mines Florence Weaver, llarRarot Joai. Mabel Noti, Annabel Jonea. Mer. Ralph Uauer, Claud Hutt, Frank Uarthelmei. Surprise Parly. A surprise party waa given Mis Anno, btl Jonea Friday at the home of her uls ter. Sirs. Kemper, tU .North Twcnty nfth street. The ovcnhiK wa spent In music and Karnes. Prises were won by Olen Gamblo and Frank Barthelmes. Those present were Misses Lillian Swanburff, Alice Warner, Esther Stewart, Maud Itutt, Kltle Tlmmlr. Messrs. Wilson D. Bryan, Ben Braaih, Clarence Nous, yien uanioie, i - Mr. and Mrs. Kemper. T. H. F. Card Party. Mrs. E. Kohter entertained the members of the P. II. F. club Friday afternoon. Four tables were placed for the same of high five and prlxea were won by Mrs. A. Btelnhoefer, Mrs. D. Oellus and Mrs. U. 13. Relmer. Those present were: Mcsdamos Mesdames C.Dohn, O. Hommer, W. Finney, B. Burke, II.. K. Helnntra, N. Wenty, J), Oellus, A, Morrison, Ktelnhoefer, C. Ilockholm, M, Fcrrori. ' C. Kaufmann, Chllde, It Hall, K. Kohler Miss B. Kaufmann. 1fncU Olub Card Party. Mr. and Mrs. J. It Musxrave enter tained the members of the Waneta Card club and their husbands Saturday even inc. Novelties suggestive of Bt. Patrick's day were used In decorating; and for score Cards. Prlzea at the card game wore won by Mesdames C. Wlndqutst, W. nice, Sheets,, and Messrs; E. Knox. A. We.sm.an, arid J. Dlnnlnc Miss Irene Taggart was' a Jfueat of the club and four tables wem tac"edfoc1blih five, larewell luncheon.' , ( Mrs. Qeor'a'fi Elicit a)& Mrs. Preston, Madlll KaVo a farewell luncheon at tho, home of Mrs. George Kllett th honor of Mrs. itay" DeWitt 'Stearns of Colorado prints, Colo., who has been spending the Winter With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lancing Hayes. Tha guests wore; ' Mesdames Mcsdameo Ray DeWitt Stearns, V. Madlll. . , U Hayes. C: Stem, V, Hughes, O. Ktoarns, P. Anderson, A. M. Klnkade, A. W. Featherstone, Klser, W, A. Hanson, Marten, J. L. Houchen, Adella White, W, C. Price. Superior. Neb.; ti rc. i-riacnoju, Alien iioagers, 111,311 iwugcia. Alliance. Neb. Misses Elisabeth Price. Ida Fllnn. Ooorge Klllott, Misses Catherine Stem, W W. Club Entertained. The W. W. club was entertained by Mrs. J. X Hess at the meeting last week. The house was decorated with red and pink roses. An amusing contest formed the entertainment Mrs. George Hampton won first prise, Mrs. L. Scott second Jrle. Mr. H. B. Bherer won the con isolation prise. Iteprcshments wem Lerved. Mrs. L. B. Scott will be hostess jMarch 19. AnHouneei Engagement. Mrs. Blcka Levey of 37U North Paulina htrret, Chicago, has announced the orv gagemenf of her daughter, Mist Cecelia Levey, to Jule Schonberger of Omaha. BEST FOR' MdYSBMH Miss Cohn Honor Quest. Miss Evelyn Bergman and Miss Mil dred Ilubcl entertained at it beautifully appointed luncheon today at the Hotel Loyal In honor of Miss Blanche Cohn, whose wedding to Mr. Harry Ttoscnfeld will be celebrated Wednesday. A pretty decoration of violets was used and cor s'nso bouquets were at each place. For the Future. , ' Mrs. I. Clluck will give a bridge lunch eon at the Loyal hotel on Monday, March 17. Personal Gossip. ' Mrs. Herbert Si. date of. this city, who Is spending tho winter In New York) was In ah automobile accident, last week. Tho brakes on a taxlcab In which Mrs. Gates was riding refused to work when north and south traffic wan held- up at Forty-second street, on Fifth uvonuc: Mrs. Oaten' car smashed Into tho rear of Mrs. Howard Olbb's machine, which was vacant except for the chauffeur, and Mrs. Dates was cut about the face by flying glass. Sha was helped to another machine and driven to tho Park Avenue notei, wnoro sne was stopping, 'and sho wa treated by Dr. Moore, tho house physician. 'Tho taxlcab was so badly damaged that It could not return to the garago under Its own power. In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mrs. K. R. Pearson Is vloltlng Mrs Helen Fisher, IMG South Twenty-second street, Lincoln. Mrs. Herman Kountze expect to return to Omaha from California tho latter part of this month. Miss Itoso Smyth and Miss Ireno Cond will return home Friday from the Coad .rajich, ijear ;Carlsbad, N. Mox. ; miss jinaa wrignt lias returned from a four months' visit In New York, Wash ington, Philadelphia and Dcs Moines, la. Mrs! Ellen .Coad Jensen, who has been spending tha winter In San 'Antonio, .... ... Tex., is expected .home tho latter part of the week. Mlsso Verna McQuowrt has returned to her home In Muscatlno, la., after a tw6 weeks' visit, th guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Kyle. Mrs. Boy Jonos of Appleton, Wis., who has been tho guest of her sister, Mrs, A. J, Love, for some weeks, has returned to her homo.' FRANK HARRISON WILL LECTURE ON AZTECS Mr. Frank Harrluon will delvor a Jeo ture on "Central America and tho Anolent Ax too Civilization," under the auaplces of tho Buflovue College Young Men's Christian association In the First Presbyterian church Tuesday evening of thin week. Mr. Harrluon has mado many trips to the tropics and has Just returned from his last trip, which was to Honduras, Ho brings with him a collection of pottery and curios, many of which aro centuries old, and which represent the arts of the ancient Inhab itants of the country, whom descendants stlfl live In Central America and, Mox Ico. This collection Is to be given by Mr. Harrison to the science deportment of the collego and was gathered by htm with this end In view. COUNTY SCHOOL DIRECTORS ELECT THEIR OFFICERS Officers for next yoar were elected by the Douglas County Sahool toard at a meeting Saturday afternoon In tha ottlai ot Bu,erltitondent Voder. J. N. C. An drcasen of Florenoo, District No. S, wad chosen as president. Mr. Andreasen nan been a member ot this bpard tor twenty nine years. Other new officers aro: Vic. president, H. It. Avery, Omaha; secre tary, Fred C. Oottsah, Bonnlngton; treas. urer, James MacTler, Elk Cltv. The program was taken up by dlsous clons of modern Improvements in school buildings. A paper was read on "Play and Playgrounds." CUTICURA SOAP It tends to keep baby's skin clear "and healthy, prevents minor erup tions, and establishes a permanent '.condition of skin and hair health. 1 Agisted by Cuticura. Ointment it is unrivaled in the treatment of ec zemas, rashings and other itching, burning iiJanttie eruptions so often the cause of baby's frctfulness and sleeplessness, i pptfcun flot aU Otttmmt said tfcraafbost & tngil iMnl kbiK of weH su04 frtc .vttk UrB. togtu Mttxtm "ColkwVXP ST. Mm, It srT&4rHaM4 un fun la comfort 1U Ou4- t NORRIS BROWN INJURED IN A FALL IN CHICAGO Former Senator NorriB Brown was to have arrived In Omaha Monday to buckle down to business In his law offices, but did not show up. Instead his law part ner, Judge Baxter, received word of de tention In Chicago bec&uso jf a fall which bad painfully Injured the kneecap. Mrs. Brown Is remaining with her husband, who hopes to ba able to finish his home' ward tfjp within two or three days. Iowa Senator Testifies He Under stood International Contract. ACCUSED INSTIGATOR. ARRIVES Mnn ClinrRiMl with ItitTlnir Forced (iuvprnrarnt Into nisnntntlnn of llnrvrntpr Trtint Comes to Totvn. Nrbraakana mt the Ifutrla. Qeorge A. Davidson of Qretnu and Ar thur Peterson of Webb City ara regit toll J at the Loyal. Mrs. Walt Ott of Unooln. it. K. lwitia a. Tekmnah. W. II. Culld of Brady uad Si. C. Hchleot of Beeiner ore at thu Mo'- cnauts. It Si. Smith of Falls City. A. D. F-d lers of Kullerton, O. J. He.idershott of .NioDruru ana a. u. nriDy of aandy urr W. A Smith of Murray, M. ShoUscv of i larxs, j. w. wascy 01 tiuponor aart VI. Ham Dsnn of WetfiUc Wiur am toj- m vac ruiac. Fred Dletx of Uncoln. A. J. mlih ,.f I A(umi iiy, sa m iirown u HtjrgC4i, .J J Harrington uf O'Neill and K u -V.)tc anu M i- Duruua u( ltxlnlMi uie wuul3 of the Hti.ahuw. A state senator from tho Fifty-eighth district of Iowa testified' nt the Interna tional Harvester hearing yesterday. This waa Senator Joseph Mattes of Ode Iwlt, Ja., whq Is In the Implement business there. Senator Mattes In ono of the very few witnesses who admits having sen the prohibitive clause In the old contracts made with tho International Harvestui cCmpany. Tho clause binds the retailer not to handle harvesting machinery mad hi any but the International Harvester ccmpany. "When I rlgned tho contract with the International poople," Mattes testified, "I saw the prohibitive clausa, end I asked them ia strike It out. Thoy tl'cn did si voluntarily." He then testified that he handled noth ing but tho International harvesters and that when he wan aaked to handle the Independent linen ho had declined. "If you steadfastly declined to handle other lines," asked tho prosecution, "why did you object to the clause prohibiting you from handling others?" "Because I wanted to he free to hatidla whatevor I chose," replied the wltneHS and I didn't handle the Independent lines because I didn't think them ns good." Senator Mattes testified that he had bu como interested In the henrlng largely because nt various times slnco he has been In tho legislature in successive terms, bills have been Introduced calling for nn Investigation. Ho denied that the International pcoplo had asked him to testify and said no one had told lilm how to testify or what to say. Ho said In his vicinity 100 per cent of tho har vesters sold wore of the International mukes. Atlvniirn Win ItrnsoimbU'. He gave It as his opinion that the In ternational harvesters had not advanced In prlco moro than other machinery such us rakes, harrows and other ma chinery. Ho could not produce figures offhand to provd his point when the attorney pressed him. Ho testified that tho Deerlng branch of tho International seemed Just as kern for business as did tho McCormlck since the organization of the international compnny, and ho could sco no differences between the keunness of tha agents of the two ma chines since tho International had taken over both of them. Ocorgo A. LclMor of Grand Island testi fied that two dealers had quit business In Grand Island in the last year or two, but further questioning brought out tho fact thut ono of these hod handled tho International machinery whllo another hnd handled ahothor line. He testified that no attempt on the part of tho Intor nalonnl to coerce him In regard to prices or makes handled had over been made. M. M. Koagor or darns icsuueu uui one-fourth of his business was with the International peoplo and that If coercion wero attempted ho would qui tnai fourth. W. H. Buck of Gibbon testified he handled only tho International harvesters, but handled harrows, rakes ana many other Implements of competing companies, and that he believed he would quit the International If an attempt were made to coerce him. W. H. Green of Crelghton. Neb., who was charged at St. Louis by the attorney for tho International Harvester company with having forced tho government to begin the dissolution suit ngalnst tho so called Harvester trust, arrived In Omaha Sunday from Washington, whero ho had been In consultation with the anti-trust forces ot tho Department o( Justice. Mr. Green says that the conviction pre vails that Attorney General Mcnoynolds 1 going to have the most brilliant ad ministration In tho history of that office; that the conservatives know he Is not given to fighting windmills and the radlosls who forced the Investigation of tho United States Steel corporation and who watched his work on the tobacco and other cases havo a profound regard for his ability and Integrity. Mr. Green notes tho faot that few, If any, ultimata consumors or fanners aro belnd put on tho stand to tell how they llkelhe $30 advance In prlco of a blndor slnoe the hurvester amalgamation was effected. "Only middleman need apply or have bean asked to the Omaha hearings," sold Mr. CJreon. "men who don't care how hard the Whip Is crocked providing that they are not on tha cracker and.," Dream of Robbery Was Soon Realized Vision of a robber seen last January by Jack Itosenblum, dealer :n groceries came true a week later and Albert Moore, alias Albert Maurice, In on trial In Judge Day's law court charged with breaking ahd entering. Moore, who is a negro, Is charged with taking VM. cash and checks. The story of Itosenbtum's alleged dream was brought up by counsel for the de fense. The prosecution denies that its cane Is based In any degree on the dream, ltosenblum's vision wan of Moore, who lived In a-room above the grocery store. When he found he was robbed his sus picion wos it once directed to the negro. A confession written and signed by Moore was exhibited to the Jury. It Is alleged that part of the stolen property was found In his possession. A Cold, La Grippe, Then Pnenmonla. Is too often the fatal sequence. La. Orlppe coughs hang on. weaken the sys tem, and lower the vital resistance. R. O. Collins, Postmaster, Barnegat, N. J., says: "I was troubled with a severe L Grippe coygh and was completely ex hausted after each fit of violent coughing. Before I had taken one half of a bottle of Foley's, Ioney and Tar Compound, tha coughing 'spells, had entirely ceased, i wish to say It can't bo beat All other.i are Imitations. For sale by all dealers everywhere Advertisement. William M. Davidson Jumped from the superlntendoncy of the Omaha publlo schools to the corresponding Job for the public schools of Washington, D. C. David S. Dcgen. formerly In the live stock commission business here Is a buyer for a big Chicago packing house. Ernest Peycke. long in the commission business here, Is in the same line in Kan sas City. Fred K. Nlelson, University of Ne braska foot boll hero of the late 00's, Is an attorney In Department ot State, Washington, D. C. Mary A. Lynch, formerly of Omaha, la teaching In the University of Porto Rico. p. M. Mullen, once representative from Douglas county and later rcglsteer of an Alaska land office, is now living in Seattle. ' Robert II. Nlcol, formerly employed ns printer on The Bee when It was located on Farnam, between Ninth and Tenth streets, Is now country news editor of tho Fresno (Cal.) Republican. The many uses oi GOLD DUST Got an A-nrfol FVIrM by fear of appendicitis? Take Dr, King's New Life nils, and soon sco bowel trouble vanish. Guaranteed. 25 cents. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement If you were to use for each kind of washing, cleaning, scouring and scrubbing, one of .the sp-called special prepara tions which are made, you would have an imposing and expensive array of chemicals, wash ing compounds, cleaning pastes, etc. There is one cleaner that has the virtues of all and the faults of none. Use Gold Dust and you have no need of borax, ammonia, kero sene or naptha. Gold Dust It old la 60 also and largo pack ages. The Urge psokatfe means greater economy "Utthm COLD DUST TWINS Jo yoar work' How I Saved One Hundred Dollars We arc not well-todo. My-husband is a Foreman in one of the large , factories, and it takes all he can earn to ' keep our family going. I c!lt though, as every wife feels, that we oufcat to get something in the bank for a,rainy day. But we could not eat less, nor wear less, so what were we to do? Ono day a neighbor told mo about Lnrkln Co. and their plan ot soiling household suppllos at factory prices. -That it I would buy my soaps, teas, Bplcos, and other household supplies from Larkln Co. 1 could get Just twice as much for my money. It was certainly welcome news, for our grocory dIUb seemed to be the biggest drain upon us, That very night 1 write to Larkln Co. and asked thorn about this plan of tholrs. Tho Information they sent mo was so satis factory that 1 mailed my first order to them Immediately. The first mouth of dealing thjs way I saved over 8, and the next month noarly $13, and I have Baved $10 or $12 every month, since. We soon had $100 In the bank, and you ciu't Imagine how re- . lleved It makes us feel. 1 wish olhor womon. would try this plan because I know how much the saving would mean 'to them.'- Why dont youwrlte'to Larkln Co., I'eorla, 111., for their Catailogue D 29? I :now they'll lie glad to sond you one. Just send a postal. This Coffee Goes Further We use only the choicest rips coffee beans. We roast and blend them per fectly and send them to you, uncut, with their original flavor and strength. Cut ot ground coffee cannot be at its best or go so far, as it loses its goodness soon after being cut. In addition, you1 do not have to pay for expensive tins in buying TONE'S Old Golden Coffee It is packed in strong, air-tight, damp and dust-proof, but inexpensive packages. This is only one of the reasons why We give better quality than you get in tins. Tone's Old Golden Coffee is used in thousands of homes throughout the Middle West and is the most economical and satisfactory for you and your family. Always fresh always uniform in taste. At all good grocers' TONE BROS., Des Moines, Iowa Miller of th famout Ton Brou. Splcea 1 CQlXiE y ! v. 4' . . i . "'VV These Dealers Sell Swiffs Premium Oleomargarine OMAHA, NEBRASKA "MJT. Allen, E. D., 34th and Ames Ave. Armburat, W. M., 3602 South 20th St Adelson, J1 2735Davonport St Bee Hive Grocery Co., 16th and Gumming-St. JJlumenthal, O., 2902 Cuming St Bross, Fred, 3347 Ames Ave. Barnett. A., 1916 North 24th St. Berkovltz, J., 1502 North 24th St. Bloomqulst & Peterson, 1322 North 24th St. Brodsky, N 2002 Grace St Bath. Joe, 614 North 16th St Bell Grocery Co., 612 North 16th St Christensen, J 2624 North 30th St - - Cavenaugh, P., 1602 North 18th Bt. Dreffus, Julius, 1924 Farnam St Dybro, P. C. 20th and Grace Bts. Bdqulst, D. B., 3004 North 24th St. Flnkensteln, Sam, 2002 North 26th St. Fleggel, A., 1724 Dorcas St. Goldware, Sam, 2621 Sherman Ave. Oroth. Ed., 1022-24 South 10th St Greenborg, Sam, 1648 South 24th St Hamen, Henry, 1704 Qlirk St. Hupner. G, F. S., 3024 Sherman Ave. Hager, F. E 4502 North 34th St. Hlbbler & Co., 24th and Vinton Sts. Harding', G. E., 2603 South 13th St HrubK & Runa, 2204 South 13th St Howell & Son, 1613 Leavenworth St Hobba & Shafor, 3024 North 24th St Heraank, C. F., 1312 William St. ' JanowBki, L., 1420 Military Ave. Johnson, C. A. W., 2404 Cuming St. Jourdan. D. J.. 1701 Vinton St. Jeppeson, J. P.. 24th and Mason Sts, Johnson & Lofdahl. 2420 Leavenworth St" Kulakofaky, R 2402-4 Ames Ave. Krasno, H., 5144 North 16th St. Karah tt Co., E 1820-22 Vinton St. Kulakofsky. I,., 1944 South 10th St. Knudson. H. F., Benson. Neb. Laclns, Joe, 3702 South 13th 8t. Lange Grocery Co., 2310 Cummlng St. Marks Bros.. 2123 Military Ave. Myers, G., 2221 Cuming St McCoy Grocery, 2215 Military Ave, Molllson, C. H., 20) North 17 th St Morgan, Joe, 4102 NorU 2&Ux St Alelcher, Sam, 1902 South 4th St Meyer, C. 1723 Viatoa St Multiuser, JU, 1113 South 23d Si Marqaardt. H. P., 1632 South 10th St Mohr, R. H.. 3702 South 16th St -Melder, E. H., 1014 PjlcUIc St Nathan & Nathan, 2307-9 Leavenworth St Novltaky, Sam, 1010 North 16th St ' Olson, Gust 1723 Cuming St Orkin Bros., 16th and Harney Sts. 'Public Market Grocery Co.,. 1610 Harney St. Perselfl, Mrs, S.,'4423 North 34th St. Peterson, Lorens, 3602 Amoa Are. Peterson, Amanda, 2911 Sherman Ato. Roscnburg & Company, 402 North 24th 8 1 Rosenbilum. L. 408 North 16 th St Rueben & Rayman, 514 North 16th St Rudloff, Wm., 2629 Sherman Ave, Roes. Goo., 2717-19 North 24th St Rachmari, H 3802 Sherman Ave, . Ronan.' Wta., 3701 Gold St ' Rexnlchek, John, 2711 Leavenworth St Rau, J. E.t 1601 North 33d St Rosenblam, Bros., 40th and Cuming Sts. Raduzlner, Jake, 24th and Fort Sts. Schiller. L., 2422-24 Sherman Ave. Sherman. L., 3501 30th St Strlbllhs, Geo., 1124 8outh 17th St S tanner, Louis, 2235 Boxlth 20th St Bchlafer, Oscar, 1824 St Mary's Ave. ' Storok, F. J.. 1322 North J4th St Stein Bros., 4002 Hamilton St Tuckman Bros., 222-324 North 18th St Tborin & Snygs; 3880 Hamilton St - Tuckman Bros., 25th and Davenport Sts: Vopolka, Joe., 1324 South 5th St Vachal & Co., 1302-4-6 Garfield Ave. Warfleld, C. V., 2209 Military Ave. Woodruff. Mrs. Lena, 3702 North 30th 8t Wehlner, M., 4104 Grand Ave. ' ' ' Wohlner, L.. 622 South 16th St ' Zlotky. H., 3618 North 30th St Zarp, C. M., 1505 Park Ave. )f.. J.' ' 4 V SOUTH OMAHA, NEBRASKA Akoter, Chaa., 618 North 24th St. Beavers, R. 9., 520 North 24th St Brommer, W. G. & Co., 24th and E Sts. Caldon. Frank, 424 North 34th St. Collins & Hannlgan, 8723 Q St Diets, Rudolph, 2504 N St Eggers. P., 160 South 24th St Flngerlos, Chas., 2651 Y St Herman & Berry, 1535 North 24th St Krause, J. P.. Albright. Neb. Katskee, A., 31stind Madison Sts. Kramollsch ft Swatsk, 4002 L St Mortens & Schroder, 632 North 24th St r. Miller, August, 617 North 23d St. Pavlas, John, 24th and Q Sts. Parsley & Co., 618 North 20th St Penfleld. Chester, 412 North 26th St Propst; T. R., Ralston, Neb. Reschke & Bwoboda, 2414 N Bt Swartxlander & Son. Henry S., 669 South 30th St Stem. Chas,, 3401 U St T Smith. E. W., 2701 Madison St 1 f Smlsek, J. F., 3621 L St " United Provision Co., 318 North 34th Bt Welsh Grocery Co., 2418 N Bt , 1 WhltUngton, M. R., 20th and Missouri At. ORDER A POUND CARTON TODAK : 1 Swift & Company U. S. A.